RunMyProcess to integrate ImageWare biometric authentication platform

July 20, 2016 - 

ImageWare Systems and RunMyProcess, a cloud platform subsidiary of Fujitsu, have partnered to integrate ImageWare’s GoVerifyID for solutions developed on the RunMyProcess platform.

The RunMyProcess cloud platform allows users to rapidly and securely develop applications that connect enterprise systems and processes to the people, clouds and devices of the digital world.

Through these digital connections, RunMyProcess enables enterprises to safely transition to new digital business models that simplify work for their customers and employees.

ImageWare’s GoVerifyID is an enterprise-ready, turnkey biometric authentication SaaS platform that verifies a user’s identity before giving them access to applications, systems, or networks.

“Our partnership with ImageWare enables us to make it easy for our customers to integrate the most secure, flexible, and scalable biometric authentication solution in the market,” said Dr. Yuji Takada, CEO of RunMyProcess. “By adding out-of-the-box integration connectors for GoVerifyID, we provide our customers with additional convenience and security for their authentication processes.”

Using RunMyProcess, customers can leverage the seamless, drag-and-drop development environment combined with a broad library of integration connectors — including Office 365, SAP, Oracle CRM, SalesForce and Blockchain — to quickly deploy highly-customized business applications that integrate people, software and entities within end-to-end digital process flows.

“RunMyProcess is enabling digital transformation for hundreds of leading companies in over 45 countries,” said Jim Miller, chairman and CEO at ImageWare. “We’re excited to provide our industry leading solutions to this ecosystem and look forward to delivering our patented, multi-modal biometric authentication solution to RunMyProcess customers.”

Previously reported, ImageWare Systems licensed its mobile biometric authentication service GoVerifyID — which is offered on Amazon Web Services (AWS) on-demand cloud platform — to Telos Corporation for use with HPE Aruba ClearPass.

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